Orlando Brown will play left tackle: It was important to be able to play that position

Orlando Brown The younger one was adamant he wanted to remain a left tackl and the Bengals agreed.

That’s why he agreed to join the Bengals on a four-year, $64 million deal, including a guaranteed $31 million.

“I’m very grateful for the opportunity to continue my father’s legacy and become a left tackle,” Brown told NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo. It was important to be able to play in that position and play for the winning team and the winning quarterback. Who is Dey!

Brown was one of the last known free agents to make a deal. Brown was considered by many teams to be the best tackle from the right, which he did not want to do.

So Jonah Williams, a first-round pick in 2019 who started 16 games last season as a left tackle, is expected to move to right tackle.

The Ravens traded Brown to the Chiefs in 2021 after Brown refused to return to right tackle.


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